QI Group executive chairman Vijay Eswaran seeks to change the way that recent college graduates view their futures in the work force.
Vijay believes that students that attend institutes of higher learning to think of themselves as job creators more so than job seekers. Vijay says it is conservative thinking that has caused students to think first of working for someone else versus blazing their own past in their quest for work. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran: https://twitter.com/vjayeswaran?lang=en
Vijay also believes that it of utmost importance that students become inspired to become creators of employment for others. Recently Vijay Eswaran took a moment to elaborate on his stance.
What Is Your Message To New Graduates Entering The Work Force For First Time
We have historically been content with being exclusively job seekers and have settled to being locked in the job search cycle.
Other nations such as the Chinese, Japanese, and South Koreans are willing to gain experience first but are intent on being their own boss and have others perform duties for them. Read more: Vijay Eswaran | Professional Profile – LinkedIn
What Should First-Time Job Seekers Look For In Their First Job
Only consider positions that match your qualifications. Whether to work for an established company or a start-up is a personal choice. Both environments should be carefully evaluated for pros and cons. Make the choice that best fits your personality.
Students should remember that no one has it easy and their will be challenges on either side of the fence. Remember, it is important to learn the various stages of the business cycle from both the corporate and start-up side.
What Is The Main Difference When Opting For The Start-Up
The start-up calls for the student to become adept at being both a leader and a team member. You must think for self and develop ideas. Once ideas are developed you have to see them to the end. There is very little delegation with the start-up. This I enjoy.
Any Final Thoughts
In the end. Neither way is better than the other. The road an individual chooses should reflect his personality, needs, and work style. Consider these factors and choose the career path best for you.
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